Dr Leigh Williams
Primary qualifications: MEng, MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
Leigh was born and brought up in South Wales. He graduated from Oxford University in 1991 with a masters degree in Engineering Science and then spent an year travelling. He worked in the offshore oil and gas industry in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico before moving to the steel industry as an electrical engineer for Allied Steel and Wire in Cardiff. In 1999 he moved to this part of the world to write software for Vodafone, but soon after decided to change career entirely and started medical school at St. George’s in London as a mature student. He graduated in 2004 and worked as a junior doctor at the Royal Berkshire Hospital. He spent a year as GP registrar at Tilehurst Surgery Reading before joining the Falkland Surgery in 2009. He performs minor operations and joint injections at the practice. He is married with three daughters and in his spare time he tries to recapture his youth by playing guitar and double bass in a band.
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